"It's Not Human Sexuality"
Reproductive Health advocates and friends Dr. Betsy Cairo and Mandy Johnson have a mission to make reproductive health education available for free to any child, parent, teacher, or person who needs it. Developed in 2018, their show has three seasons and counting covering anatomy and physiology, conversations with reproductive health educators, and stories of sexual abuse survivors. Producer Hannah Copeland brings together the unique talents of the hosts to create a consistent but ever growing and improving show.
KCSU House Podcasts Concept, Produced by Students of 90.5 KCSU
The wheel is a beautiful thing, isn't it? You don't need to re-invent it! During the summer 2019 of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Hannah Copeland worked with KCSU students to re-organize KCSU radio content into four weekly house podcasts: KCSU Music, News, Sports, and Live In-Studio. The team re-structured the content that KCSU was already producing for radio to capture it in a podcast format. Now, listeners can head to the radio station's website or Spotify page 24/7 to hear new stories. All podcasts are still in-production today.
Many organizations already have stories in-house waiting to be told. It just takes some creative re-arranging to showcase them.
KCSU Music Director Lindsay Johnson
KCSU News Directors Kota Babcock, Ivy Winfrey, and Thomas Taylor
KCSU Asst. Sports Director, Jonathan Gillham
KCSU Local Music Director, Maddy Erskine
Colorado State University Adjunct Instructor Hannah Copeland has developed three original courses: Audio Production and Editing, Radio Operations, and Podcasting. Much of Hannah's teaching style derives from real world experience in the local music and local news world. Hannah also serves as the General Manager for 90.5 KCSU, CSU's student-run radio station. Hannah has developed a comprehensive 5-week DJ and podcaster program. The program includes an original digital text book, co-written with students, and audio files which students use to edit to their first podcast. Copeland possesses strong management and organizational skills, but recognizes the creative juices and talent of her students make KCSU a leader in the college radio industry.